### A Characterization Of Primal Noetherian Rings.

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We investigate the category $\text{mod}\Lambda $ of finite length modules over the ring $\Lambda =A{\otimes}_{k}\Sigma $, where $\Sigma $ is a V-ring, i.e. a ring for which every simple module is injective, $k$ a subfield of its centre and $A$ an elementary $k$-algebra. Each simple module ${E}_{j}$ gives rise to a quasiprogenerator ${P}_{j}=A\otimes {E}_{j}$. By a result of K. Fuller, ${P}_{j}$ induces a category equivalence from which we deduce that $\text{mod}\Lambda \simeq {\coprod}_{j}badhbox{P}_{j}$. As a consequence we can (1) construct for each elementary $k$-algebra $A$ over a finite field $k$ a nonartinian noetherian ring $\Lambda $ such that $\text{mod}A\simeq \text{mod}\Lambda $, (2) find twisted...

Let $R$ be a left and right Noetherian ring and $C$ a semidualizing $R$-bimodule. We introduce a transpose ${\mathrm{Tr}}_{\mathrm{c}}M$ of an $R$-module $M$ with respect to $C$ which unifies the Auslander transpose and Huang’s transpose, see Z. Y. Huang, On a generalization of the Auslander-Bridger transpose, Comm. Algebra 27 (1999), 5791–5812, in the two-sided Noetherian setting, and use ${\mathrm{Tr}}_{\mathrm{c}}M$ to develop further the generalized Gorenstein dimension with respect to $C$. Especially, we generalize the Auslander-Bridger formula to the generalized...

Let H be a Hopf algebra over a field k such that every finite-dimensional (left) H-module is semisimple. We give a counterpart of the first fundamental theorem of the classical invariant theory for locally finite, finitely generated (commutative) H-module algebras, and for local, complete H-module algebras. Also, we prove that if H acts on the k-algebra A = k[[X₁,...,Xₙ]] in such a way that the unique maximal ideal in A is invariant, then the algebra of invariants ${A}^{H}$ is a noetherian Cohen-Macaulay...

We characterize left Noetherian rings which have only trivial derivations.

We consider subrings A of the ring of formal power series. They are defined by growth conditions on coefficients such as, for instance, Gevrey conditions. We prove a Weierstrass-Hironaka division theorem for such subrings. Moreover, given an ideal ℐ of A and a series f in A we prove the existence in A of a unique remainder r modulo ℐ. As a consequence, we get a new proof of the noetherianity of A.